INAF 5017 [0.25 credit] International Policymaking in Canada: Structure and Process
Structure and policymaking processes of the Canadian government: the role of Parliament, the Prime Minister and Cabinet, central agencies, and departments involved in international and national security affairs; the application of theories of policymaking to international affairs.
Prerequisite(s): M.A. standing in the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs or permission of the School of International Affairs.
Students admitted to the full-time program must complete all of the degree requirements within two calendar years or six terms of full-time study. Students admitted into the full-time program are expected to continue to register as full-time students until completion of their program. The program may be completed within one calendar year, though it normally takes at least four terms of full-time study.